What is probable cause?
How much active bounty is required on an individual to grant probable cause?
What is NOT probable cause?
List the different types of "witnessing" and whether or not it provides probable cause.
Define what being a "Direct Witness" means.
Define what an "Eye Witness" is.
Define what a "Relayed Witness" is.
An area must be deemed "_________" before any thing can be searched or impounded. List the associated time limit.
Provide the two situations in which allow you to search an individual or their vehicle.
If you don't have probable cause, what is the only other way you can search an individual or their vehicle?
Detail the process of impounding a supposedly abandoned vehicle.
When should you seize an individual's weapons?
When should you seize an individual's vehicles?
When should you seize drugs or endangered animals from an individual?
When should you seize an individual's licenses?
List the three modifiers to starting ticket price during processing and their associated percentages.
Refusal of a ticket at any stage will result in the standard __________ without ______________.
A violent rescue attempt at any time will also forfeit the chances of _______________.
If a ticket is issued and paid by an individual but afterwards you realize you didn't charge him with the full ticket price by mistake, what do you do?
What is the maximum number of chances an individual can be given to pay their ticket?
Constables and higher are allowed to decrease ticket prices based on what from a civilian?
When is the use of restraints (hand-cuffs) justified?
When is the use of less-than-lethal force (rubber bullets) justified?
When is the use of deadly force justified?
Give a short summary of the basic process to deal with crowd control during interference with police work.
List at least two reasons you're allowed to respawn.
If you just began processing an individual and the Federal Reserves alarms begin sounding off, what do you do?
You see a truck going north on the highway to Sofia and you feel very confident that he's transporting narcotics due to the close proximity of the heroin fields. What do you do?
Immediately after the Prison Break you pull over an individual with a charge of escaping from prison. After questioning you feel he has not adequately explained the charge. What do you do?
Are there any situations in which you are allowed to use your active vehicle to disable another vehicle in a chase?
Pit maneuvers, rolling barricades, etc?
List all illegal areas and the range from the center that is considered illegal.
When is a regular officer allowed to enter rebel outposts?
When should you send a Bounty Hunter straight to jail?
If a civilian dies directly because of your actions, what should you do?
What is your primary weapon as an officer of the APD?
What is the time limit on patrolling illegal areas? Are there any exceptions?